Personal development

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The Nepalese monk scientifically proven to be the happiest man on earth tells Young Post about the four keys to happiness in a one-on-one interview.
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The transition from secondary school to university may be one of the toughest things you'll ever have to go through. Here are some tips that will come in handy as you set off on your post-secondary adventure!
Ramsay marked the "end time" on the front of her paper
Ever since I became the editor of Young Post, I have heard about this exam, the dreaded liberal studies. So I decided to do it.
Ramsay and her HKDSEs admission form.
This escapade all started with an idea by deputy editor, Karly Cox. We should do the HKDSEs. Yeah, I'm game for most things, so we signed up. We decided to take the Lib Studs and the English exams. It should have been a cinch, right?
(L-R) Ruby, Zantasha, Zunair, and Virda helped Jessie (second from left) feel right at home.
Exchange life is never easy. Many things happened in my first two weeks in Pakistan. Yet, everything happen for good. So do get prepared and challenge your own comfort zone. I am sure you will learn and grow up a lot.
What kind of adventure will you get up to?
School will be over in the blink of an eye - you're only young once so get out and live it up while you still can.
Have you ever felt like you were stuck in a rut, doing the same things every day? Or maybe you've ended up staying at home twiddling your thumbs because you just "didn't feel like going out"?
If you have a job for the summer, then you may have had a paycheque. It may even be your first one. Congratulations! Now, what should you do with that money? That may sound like a silly question, but it's not.
After you've applied for a job, the interview is the chance to impress. Be remembered for the right reasons with these tips.
When the country you want to go to on exchange makes your love ones feel apprehensive, do you forge ahead and go anyway? Or do you play it safe?
Hong Kong students spend hours in tutorials each week. But there's much more to success than just memorising facts, figures and formulas